Anarchy #57

A Journal of Desire Armed

Jason McQuinn & Lawrence Jarach (eds.) Spring/ Summer 2004     84p     8.25 x 10.5

Articles include For an Ongoing Theory of Domestic Violence by Dot Matrix, Representation as Salvation by Christina Heatherton, The Fear of Individual Freedom by Jason McQuinn, Anarchist Identity in the 21st Century? by Aragorn!, The Exploited Show Riot by Michael Williams, An Interview with Ursula K. Le Guin, Was there anarchy in Detroit?: An APOC Reflection by Two members of RACE, The Story of the First Independent Media Center Split by Aragorn!, On the Road with Challenging White Supremacy by Dot Matrix, It’s About Time: Schooling as Oppression by Jill Haunold, Post-Left Anarchy: Leaving the Left Behind by Jason McQuinn, Anarchists in Wonderland: The Topsy-Turvy World of Post-Left Anarchy by Peter Staudenmaier, On the Radical Virtues of Being Left Alone: Deconstructing Staudenmaier by Lawrence Jarach, The Incredible Lameness of Left-Anarchism by Jason McQuinn, Challenge Accepted: Post-Leftism’s Rejection of the Left as a Whole by Peter Staudenmaier, Worthwhile Debate Requires Communication: Evasion and Denial Don’t Cut It by Jason McQuinn, Torturred Life by vita cruciari, and an excerpt from Startegy and Anarchy by aragorn!.

There are ten book reviews, 20 reviews of other anarchist publications, and, of course, letters to the editor.



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